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Carell, Rockwell and co splash down

26 June 2013  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Exclusive

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Coming-of-age indie The Way, Way Back has a stellar cast, Sundance buzz and The Descendants' Oscar-winning writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon both writing and directing. Oh, and Jim "Dean Frickin' Pelton from Community" Rash is in it, too. Now here's a brand new poster to show off that rather tasty ensemble.


The film has Steve Carell, Liam James and Toni Collette trudging wearily across the Siberian tundra beset by wolv... wait, that's The Way Back. Here, Steve Carell, Liam James and Toni Collette face a long, hot summer stuck in each other's company...

Shy, retiring Duncan (James) is suffocated by the attentions of his mum (Collette), her annoying boyfriend (Carell) and nosy neighbour Betty (Allison Janney) and takes refuge in the local Water Wizz water park. There, as the film's trailer reveals, he falls under the spell of the charismatic park manager played by Sam Rockwell and AnnaSophia Robb's local heartbreaker.

Faxon and Rash have assembled a winning support cast of Maya Rudolph, Allison Janney, Rob Corddry and Amanda Peet to fill the cheap seats with top comedic talent. This year's Little Miss Junoland? Don't bet against it. We can't wait.

The Way, Way Back is in UK cinemas from August 28. There are no wolves in it.


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